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Free Webinar Replay: The Right Way to Train Your Brain: How to Improve Processing Speed and Executive Function with Games and Apps

In this hour-long webinar-on-demand, learn how brain training apps can improve executive functions with Randy Kulman, Ph.D., and James Daley.

Brain training apps and games are touted as transformational. But do these tools actually help children and adults with ADHD? Can they improve executive functions, processing speed, and sustained attention in real, measurable ways? Yes — with a caveat or two.

To maximize the benefits of brain training, you must first identify the most appropriate tools for each individual’s needs. This requires research and lots of comparison. Then, you must combine brain training with cutting-edge teaching approaches that bring into the real world the skills learned in games and apps.

In this webinar you will learn:

  • How to identify popular games, apps, and technologies to improve executive functions and processing speed
  • Three techniques for transferring brain training skills to the real world
  • How to maintain brain-trained skills that help with real-world tasks
  • Why the newest brain training tools are more likely to make a long-term impact on adults and kids with ADHD
  • How to combine strategic teaching approaches with brain-training technologies to improve executive functions, processing speed, and academic performance

Meet the Expert Speakers:

Randy Kulman, Ph.D., is the founder and president of LearningWorks for Kids, an educational technology company that specializes in using video games and interactive digital media to teach executive-functioning and academic skills.

James Daley, is a writer, editor, and digital designer with a passion for creating innovative online media. He serves as vice president and editor-in-chief of LearningWorks for Kids.

Webinar replays include:

  • Slides accompanying the webinar
  • Related resources from ADDitude
  • Free newsletter updates from ADDitude

Webinar Sponsor


The sponsor of this week’s ADDitude webinar is….

Play Attention: Play Attention is the most comprehensive program available for both children and adults designed to strengthen Executive Functions, processing speed, and self-regulation. Executive Functions are essential in controlling our ability to reason, emotions and actions. Executive Functions are responsible for success in our everyday lives. Call 800-788-6786 and learn how we can customize Play Attention for you. We even provide you with a personal Executive Function Coach for free unlimited support. www.playattention.com Click here to request a Free Professional Consultation

Play Attention is offering ADDitude webinar participants a $200 discount. Use code ADDWEB

ADDitude webinar sponsors have no role in the selection of guest speakers, the speaker’s presentation, or any other aspect of the webinar production.

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  1. Hi, Can you please cover some strategies for EF initiation? I can work like a stevedore at work but when I get home and I’m only accountable to myself for goals, I have a very tough time getting going (even on the things I really really want to accomplish).

  2. Are the brain training games and neurofeedback therapy the same? Can the expensive neurofeedback treatments be accomplished through these games to improve processing speed, focus and more issues often related with ADHD?

  3. how do we sign in to the webinar? I signed up. It said the webinar is not full, does that mean it will not be live and we have to replay later? thanks, lynn

    1. Yes, if you cannot access it because it’s full, you will listen to the replay, which is usually posted the same day.

      Penny
      ADDitude Community Moderator, Parenting ADHD Trainer & Author, Mom to teen w/ ADHD, LDs, and autism

    1. Under the Youtube embed is a link to ‘view and/or download the slides featured in this webinar’ – just click that link and you’ll see you can save, print, share, etc. the slides.

      Penny
      ADDitude Community Moderator, Parenting ADHD Trainer & Author, Mom to teen w/ ADHD, LDs, and autism

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